Seen by Martin before? No
What did I expect? An above-average nostalgic drama.
What did I get? Is it possible for a movie to consist entirely of flashback? If so, that movie is Summer of ’42. I guess there are movies set in the past that explicitly present the perspective of a grown-up protagonist ruminating about his or her youth — Dirty Dancing, Stand by Me, The War, perhaps — but what sets Summer of ’42 apart is that all of it is shot in that gauzy “flashback” mode (the poster is an excellent representation of what the movie is like). In other words, it’s a bit hard to take.